FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT
In 2003, United Lawnscape relocated our corporate headquarters from our facility in Shelby Township to Washington Township, where we currently operate from our 15,000 square foot building. Adjacent to the completely renovated building is our five-acre nursery. These facility and nursery expansions have been vital to our company because of our continued growth.
Our facility and nursery have allowed us to operate in a more cost-effective manner, maintain competitive pricing, and provide superior service. We also dispatch crews from locations in Livonia, Troy, Lansing, Flint, and Grand Rapids, Michigan. The ability to base maintenance, landscape construction, and snow management crews out of these additional locations has enabled us to increase our customer service in areas to our south and west.
We continue our quest to service our customers at an even higher standard than ever before. The strategic locations of these facilities aid us in servicing our customers more efficiently. United Lawnscape uses state-of- the-art equipment when servicing clients’ properties. Our fleet includes over 100 trucks of various size and capability. We also have a line-up of heavy-duty trailers and equipment necessary to deliver top-notch service and quality.
All of the equipment is maintained daily and updated regularly, as needed. Our in-house, full-service mechanical shop and staff work around the clock, year round for daily repairs and maintenance. An itemized list of the company’s equipment is available upon request for those clients, commercial or municipal, who wish to review it.
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